A former Apple and Bridgewater exec is selling his Mexico mansion for $20 million. Take a look inside the 7-bedroom home, which comes with 206 feet of private beach and multiple pools.

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  • Jon Rubinstein, a former executive at both Apple and Bridgewater Associates, is selling his Mexico beach house for $20 million.
  • Rubinstein was one of Apple’s earliest employees and left his position as SVP of the company’s iPod division in 2006.
  • He was later co-CEO of Bridgewater Associates with Ray Dalio for 10 months.
  • Rubinstein’s seven-bedroom home comes with 206 feet of private beachfront, multiple pools, and a private chef service.
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Jon Rubinstein, one of Apple’s earliest employees and briefly co-CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund, is selling a 16,000-square-foot beach house in Mexico for $20 million.

Rubinstein left his position as senior vice president of Apple’s iPod division in 2006 and later served as co-CEO of Bridgewater Associates with Ray Dalio for 10 months in 2016 and 2017.

Rubinstein’s Mexico mansion comes with seven bedrooms,  206 feet of private beachfront, multiple pools, and a private chef service.

Take a look inside the lavish Mexico home.

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Jon Rubinstein was one of Apple’s earliest employees and left his position as senior vice president of the company’s iPod division in 2006. He later served as co-CEO of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund.

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Now, Rubenstein is selling his lavish Mexico beach house for $20 million.

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The home is in Punta Mita, a fishing and luxury resort village in Nayarit, a small state on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.

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Dubbed Rancho R + R and designed by Alfonso López Baz and Javier Calleja, the home was built in an unconventional X shape.

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Rancho R + R sits on more than 1.7 acres and comes with 206 feet of private beach.

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It also has multiple swimming pools, including an infinity-edged lap pool, a shallow, child-friendly pool, and a heated spa.

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The home has two shaded outdoor dining areas.

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The buyer of the beach house will be able to enjoy an Italian-inspired chef’s kitchen and a private chef service.

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A two-person workspace with ocean views is attached to a fitness studio with bath and shower.

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The second-floor master suite features a wall made almost entirely of glass that overlooks the ocean.

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The master bathroom comes with a soaking tub, a spacious dressing room …

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… and a glass-walled, walk-in shower.

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The house has seven bedrooms that sleep at least 14 people.

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It comes furnished with custom pieces chosen by interior designer Erika Krayer.

The home also comes with a curated collection of original artwork from Mexican artists.

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The Mexico beach house was designed for “seamless indoor-outdoor living,” according to the listing.

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A cabana with hammocks and day beds sits on the private beach.

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Luxury facilities in the nearby town of Punta Mita include four beach clubs, a tennis club, and 36 holes of golf.

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